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OJEN

Call for Applications:
Justice Education
Fellowships for
law students

APPLY BY MARCH 6

Organizing a mock
trial program?

Apply for support from
the Mock Trial Fund

Apply by Jan 9

Law Institutes for
Teachers:

Coming to Windsor
Feb 17 2017

REGISTRATION IS OPEN NOW

OBA/OJEN Competitive
Mock Trials:

Register for your local
mock trial tournament

DETAILS

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EN SAVOIR PLUS

Key areas

TEACHER RESOURCES

Our resources are legally accurate, curriculum-linked, and tested with students.

The OBA/OJEN Competitive Mock Trials for High School Students

Join your local mock trial tournament.

TRAINING

Continuing Professional Development, facilitator training, and video resources.

ABOUT OJEN

Find out more about who we are and what we do.

JUSTICE EDUCATION PROGRAMS

We run programs in community settings and with special audiences.

BOOK A COURTHOUSE VISIT

Bring your class or youth group to visit a courthouse and watch court.

BOOK A GUEST SPEAKER

We can connect you with a legal expert who can talk to your audience.

Get Involved

Volunteer, donate, or work with us.

OJEN NEWS

OJEN is recruiting: Justice Education Fellowships 2017-18

OJEN is now accepting applications from Ontario law students for four (4) Justice Education Fellowship positions in 2017-18. If you are an incoming 2L, 3L, or LLM student at an eligible law school (including Lakehead University, University of Ottawa, University of Western Ontario, and Queen’s University) and you have a passion for public legal education […]

OJEN has a new website!

If you visit our site regularly, you’ve probably noticed that a few things have changed around here. We are very proud to present our new website, which launches today! In addition to a revitalized new look, we’ve introduced some new elements which we hope will make your life easier in a couple of ways.   The same […]

FROM THE OJEN BLOG

Matawa students talk Gladue on Wawatay Radio

OJEN was funded by the Ontario Trillium Foundation (OTF) to put together a Law and Radio Project with two pilots for First Nations students. The first pilot ran this October at Matawa Learning Centre in Thunder Bay.   In the project the students choose a legal topic and then spend four sessions learning about the topic, writing interview questions and practicing […]

Just North

“Reconciliation to me, means that we walk together on a path.” These were the words, spoken by an elder in Rat Portage First Nation, that have remained with me throughout my work in northwestern Ontario. I visited Rat Portage for an Elders Forum put on by a small grassroots initiative called Reconciliation Kenora. The words […]